This academic year has seen the release of several influential reports related to science education and this edition of Science Teacher Education (STE) contains articles analysing a number of these. The first is related to Ofsted’s Research Review for Science, written by one of the authors of a guidance report on the Review. The second article focuses on the ‘10 Key Issues in children’s learning in primary science in England’, offering greater detail on how this document was constructed and the five-step process that was undertaken. Following on from the publication of The Science Capital Teaching Approach back in 2017, the eagerly-awaited primary version (the Primary Science Capital Teaching Approach) was published this year. The third article in this issue gives a precis of the approach while highlighting its implications for those in teacher education. Finally, Rob Butler reports on ASE's Diversity and Inclusion journey and where we are now.